Yes, angiosperms are named so just because they are flowering plants.
In taxonomy when a plant is to be classified various factors are checked and taken into consideration. Plants with flowers are placed into this category; this is also further divided into dicots , monocots and gymnosperms.......
Plants with no flowers or we can say that non flowering plants are put into another category that is acryptogams.....
angiosperms are flowering plants.
Angiosperms are flowering plants
These are called Angiosperms. Flowering plants having seeds inside fruits are angiosperms.
Plants are classified as flowering(angiosperms) or non flowering(gymnosperms).
Flowering seed plants are gymnosperms and angiosperms
No, these are flowering plants
Angiosperms are flowering plants. The forget-me-not is indeed a flowering plant and therefore an angiosperm.
No, but the flowering plants are called Angiosperms. They are commonly known as flowering plants
Yes, they are flowering plants/ angiosperms
The taxonomical term for flowering plants is angiosperms.
Yes. Angiosperms are flowering plants and like all plants are producers of their own food. Autotrophs.
Yes, all angiosperms have flowers. In fact angiosperms are also called flowering plants.
Angiosperms are flowering plants that produces seeds within a fruit.
do you mean angiosperms? angiosperms = flowering plants
They are angiosperms due to the fact that they are flowering plants.
Conifers are gymnosperms (cone seed plants) , angiosperms are flowering plants.
Yes all flowering plants, like squash, are angiosperms
Angiosperms are the flowering plants.
The phylum for common marigolds is angiosperms. Angiosperms are the flowering plants.